Robert Louis Stevenson: A Record, an Estimate, and a Memorial
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Robert Louis Stevenson: A Record, an Estimate, and a Memorial

By Alexander H. (Alexander Hay) Japp
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  • Robert Louis Stevenson, by Alexander H. Japp
  • ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON a record, an estimate, and a memorial
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • CHAPTER I—INTRODUCTION AND FIRST IMPRESSIONS
    • CHAPTER II—TREASURE ISLAND AND SOME REMINISCENCES
    • CHAPTER III—THE CHILD FATHER OF THE MAN
    • CHAPTER IV—HEREDITY ILLUSTRATED
    • CHAPTER V—TRAVELS
    • CHAPTER VI—SOME EARLIER LETTERS
    • CHAPTER VII—THE VAILIMA LETTERS
    • CHAPTER VIII—WORK OF LATER YEARS
    • CHAPTER IX—SOME CHARACTERISTICS
    • CHAPTER X—A SAMOAN MEMORIAL OF R. L. STEVENSON
    • CHAPTER XI—MISS STUBBS’ RECORD OF A PILGRIMAGE
    • CHAPTER XII—HIS GENIUS AND METHODS
    • CHAPTER XIII—PREACHER AND MYSTIC FABULIST
    • CHAPTER XIV—STEVENSON AS DRAMATIST
    • CHAPTER XV—THEORY OF GOOD AND EVIL
    • CHAPTER XVI—STEVENSON’S GLOOM
    • CHAPTER XVII—PROOFS OF GROWTH
    • CHAPTER XVIII—EARLIER DETERMINATIONS AND RESULTS
    • CHAPTER XIX—EDMUND CLARENCE STEDMAN’S ESTIMATE
    • CHAPTER XX—EGOTISTIC ELEMENT AND ITS EFFECTS
    • CHAPTER XXI—UNITY IN STEVENSON’S STORIES
    • CHAPTER XXII—PERSONAL CHEERFULNESS AND INVENTED GLOOM
    • CHAPTER XXIII—EDINBURGH REVIEWERS’ DICTA INAPPLICABLE TO LATER WORK
    • CHAPTER XXIV—MR HENLEY’S SPITEFUL PERVERSIONS
    • CHAPTER XXV—MR CHRISTIE MURRAY’S IMPRESSIONS
    • CHAPTER XXVI—HERO-VILLAINS
    • CHAPTER XXVII—MR G. MOORE, MR MARRIOTT WATSON AND OTHERS
    • CHAPTER XXVIII—UNEXPECTED COMBINATIONS
    • CHAPTER XXIX—LOVE OF VAGABONDS
    • CHAPTER XXX—LORD ROSEBERY’S CASE
    • CHAPTER XXXI—MR GOSSE AND MS. OF TREASURE ISLAND
    • CHAPTER XXXII—STEVENSON PORTRAITS
    • CHAPTER XXXIII—LAPSES AND ERRORS IN CRITICISM
    • CHAPTER XXXIV—LETTERS AND POEMS IN TESTIMONY
      • GREETING
      • R. L. S., IN MEMORIAM.
    • APPENDIX
      • THE LAND OF STEVENSON, ON AN AFTERNOON’S WALK
        • THE TOP OF CAERKETTON CRAGS.
        • VISITED HIS FOREST OF PENTLAND.
        • HAVE BEEN FAMILIAR TO STEVENSON.
        • THE WESTLAND WHIGS WERE SCATTERED
    • Footnotes:
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